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Creating Great Polygonal Hair for CC3 and iClone quick and easy

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Creating Great Polygonal Hair for CC3 and iClone quick and easy

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Part one of my series (hopefully -- we'll see how much time I can squeeze out):






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This is amazing, thank you Mike

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What is the name of the addon for Blender?
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YES! We really need this. Thanks for the tutorials Mike. Smile
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Second tutorial (shows the plugin and where to get it - for $36 it's a steal).






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Really great tutorial Mike.  You move quick through a lot of material but hey, I can always watch it a few times and ask questions.  Thanks a lot!

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Thanks.

I will keep at this because I *will* highlight certain things in other tutorials, so perhaps after watching them all it will make a lot more sense.  But I'm really TERRIBLE at Blender, and if I can do this this quickly imagine how anyone else can work.






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Hello, Kelleytoons,
A very good tutorial, sorry, but the quality of hair leaves much to be desired.
Greeting rosuckmedia
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You can create whatever quality you want -- making the polygons larger gives the exact same quality as you get with RL's hair.  But for beards it's kind of worth doing them smaller (and smaller still can get even better).

Remember, those are the FIRST two hairs I ever created, live for your pleasure.  This morning I did this hair for a guy (again, very first time).  I think it's not bad for a first effort and it can get even better (remember, it's the artist, not the tool -- I'm not a very good artist, but in the hands of those who can create, this tool is fantastic.  Honestly, I can't imagine anyone buying any hair anymore):

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Hello, Kellyetoos,
That was not meant personally, I watch your tutorials every now and then
and they're really good.
the hair on your head really looks better than the beard.
Do you make further tutorials for the Hair Tool ?
In any case, the tool is not expensive.
Greetings rosuckmediaSmile
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